TabControl Object (Access)

A tab control contains multiple pages on which you can place other controls, such as text boxes or option buttons. When a user clicks the corresponding tab, that page becomes active.

Remarks

With the tab control, you can construct a single form or dialog box that contains several different tabs, and you can group similar options or data on each tab's page. For example, you might use a tab control on an Employees form to separate general and personal information.

Events

Name
Change
Click
DblClick
KeyDown
KeyPress
KeyUp
MouseDown
MouseMove
MouseUp

Methods

Name
Move
SizeToFit

Properties

Name
Application
BackColor
BackShade
BackStyle
BackThemeColorIndex
BackTint
BorderColor
BorderShade
BorderStyle
BorderThemeColorIndex
BorderTint
BottomPadding
ControlType
DisplayWhen
Enabled
EventProcPrefix
FontBold
FontItalic
FontName
FontSize
FontUnderline
FontWeight
ForeColor
ForeShade
ForeThemeColorIndex
ForeTint
Gradient
GridlineColor
GridlineShade
GridlineStyleBottom
GridlineStyleLeft
GridlineStyleRight
GridlineStyleTop
GridlineThemeColorIndex
GridlineTint
GridlineWidthBottom
GridlineWidthLeft
GridlineWidthRight
GridlineWidthTop
Height
HelpContextId
HorizontalAnchor
HoverColor
HoverForeColor
HoverForeShade
HoverForeThemeColorIndex
HoverForeTint
HoverShade
HoverThemeColorIndex
HoverTint
InSelection
IsVisible
Layout
LayoutID
Left
LeftPadding
MultiRow
Name
OldValue
OnChange
OnClick
OnDblClick
OnKeyDown
OnKeyPress
OnKeyUp
OnMouseDown
OnMouseMove
OnMouseUp
Pages
Parent
PressedColor
PressedForeColor
PressedForeShade
PressedForeThemeColorIndex
PressedForeTint
PressedShade
PressedThemeColorIndex
PressedTint
Properties
RightPadding
Section
Shape
ShortcutMenuBar
StatusBarText
Style
TabFixedHeight
TabFixedWidth
TabIndex
TabStop
Tag
ThemeFontIndex
Top
TopPadding
UseTheme
Value
VerticalAnchor
Visible
Width

See also

TabControl Object Members Access Object Model Reference